I'm a big Edith A. Miller fan -- there's something about the shape and texture of her t-shirts that I love. They're undeniably tomboyish, with their ringer crew neckline and masculine stripes, but the figure-flattering shape is certainly feminine.
Last year, it came to my attention that they (designers Nancy Gibson and Jennifer Murray) also do dresses, and I came pretty close to buying one, but never pulled the trigger. With a few months of t-shirt dress-appropriate weather ahead of me, I think it's time to do it. I'm especially fond of this one, with its two different color stripes. Clever -- though not, perhaps, the most slimming. I'll just need someone to remind me not to wear it if I'm planning on eating a big meal.
Edith A. Miller Combo Crew Neck Mini, $144, available at Need Supply.
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This article was updated to reflect that two people, Nancy Gibson and Jennifer Murray, are behind the brand Edith A. Miller.